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Places must be visit on the way from Trichy to Courtallam
1.Shenbagadevi Falls, Courtallam
Shenbagadevi Falls got its name from the fact that it flows through the Shenbagade trees. Located on the road to Thenaruvi, this waterfall flows from a height of 40 feet. This waterfall can be reached by going through the hill station via the main waterfall. There is a temple dedicated to Goddess Shenbagadevi near this waterfall. It is the incarnation of Goddess Durga. Due to this the waterfall gets religious significance.
2.Snake Farm, Courtallam
Snake Park is a popular tourist destination. The park is located near the main waterfall or Aintaruvi. Nearby attractions include a children's park and a fish farm. There are many different types of snakes on the snake farm.
3.Courtallam Nathar Temple, Courtallam:
Courtallam Nathar Temple is one of the most famous temples. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is popularly known as Thirukurtala Nathar. The temple houses various inscriptions of the Chola and Pandya kings. The temple is located amidst rivers, hills and the famous Sivamadugai Falls.
The temple is managed by the temple shrine. It is said that Sage Agasthya worshiped at this temple, hence the name of this temple. There is a room near the temple. This room is called Chitra Sabha. Here are sculptures of myths, deities and many other important religious events.
4.Avarana Pillaiyar Temple, Courtallam:
The Avarana Pillaiyar Temple located in Courtallam is managed by the Devasthanam of this temple. The temple attracts a lot of tourists every year. There are plenty of taxis and buses to reach this temple from many parts of Courtallam.
5.Courtallam Nangai Temple, Courtallam:
Courtallam Nangai Temple is located in Courtallam and is maintained by the Devasthanam. It is one of the sub-temples of the Thirukurtala Nathar Temple. Devotees who come here worship at other temples such as Koothar Kovil, Shenbagadevi Amman Kovil, Thirunana Sambandar Kovil (Pillaiyar Kovil), Padapathu Shasta Kovil, Sundaramoorthy Kovil, Nannagaram Pillaiyar Kovil and Avaranappillaiyar Kovil.
6.Adivettam Rock Pig Madaswamy Temple, Courtallam:
Adivettam Rock Pig Madaswamy Temple, located in Courtallam, is maintained by the Devasthanam. This place of worship is one of the sub-temples of Lord Thirukurtala Nathar Temple.
Mahadeva Giri, Courtallam
Mahadeva Giri is considered to be of religious significance. This is because it is believed to be the meeting place of the four major religions, Shenbagadevi, Lord Murugan, Dashinamurti and Sage Agastya. This meeting is also said to be the beginning of Kali Yuga. This sacred place is located just above the Tea River.
7.Boat crew, Courtallam
The boat crew is a popular tourist destination for both young and old alike for its eye-catching beauty and boat rides. The ferry is on its way to Melavennamadaikulam at Main Falls (a) Aindaruvi and Old Courtala Falls (a) Aindaruvi.
8.Shenbagadevi Amman Temple, Courtallam
Shenbagadevi Amman Temple is located near the Shenbagadevi Falls. Many redwood trees grow near the temple. The flowers of these trees are offered to the deity of this temple. Shenbagadevi Amman Temple is a boon for religious tourists.